We’re back with another fun, fabulous recipe from Everyday Food! We are working with them to spread the word about their new YouTube channel. It’s kind of fabulous. Let’s get to talking about this delicious Fried Chicken….. Afraid to fry chicken at

Halloween entertaining is lurking around the corner, and Edible Arrangements® has terrifyingly delicious dipped-fruit treats to satisfy the guests haunting your house. The Halloween entertaining collection features pineapple slices in eerie shapes (ghosts, black cats, bats), boxes of dangerously sweet chocolate-dipped apple

These Frozen Banana Treats are a little bit healthier than the frosting & sprinkles ones you see all over the internet. It combines your children’s love of anything on a stick with their favorite breakfast cereal. Winning all around. There are many

While whole, fresh fruit is my healthy snack choice, skip handing it out on Halloween – chances are some parents will throw it away as a safety precaution. Consider the following this Halloween when choosing what to hand out! Did You Know?

October is Fire Safety Month and to support this campaign, Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation created a series of tutorial videos on fire safety. Click here to watch a video, which features Robin’s father, Capt. Rob Sorensen on how to properly use a fire

There’s always room for dessert, especially for this sweet treat; it’s delicious and takes almost no time to prepare. Ingredients 2 large eggs 2 tablespoons milk 4 large slices challah or Italian Bread, (cut 3/4 inch thick) 4 ounces thin semisweet chocolate

Prepared with a thin crust in the Roman style, this pizza has no tomato sauce (hence the name pizza bianca, or white pizza). Instead, it’s brushed with olive oil, then topped with dried figs, thinly sliced prosciutto, peppery arugula and two types

Halloween is 2 days away so we thought we would go back through our articles and give you a halloween round-up! We just posted some DIY Dad-Inspired Halloween Costumes… below are a few more of our favorite articles: Throwing The Ultimate Halloween

There are so many great recipes on Pinterest. We are going to start highlighting some of our favorites and sharing them with our readers, showing you the original source and how to make the recipe. Enjoy! Today’s recipe: Homemade Butterfinger Candy Bars

Halloween. For kids, it means dressing up, walking around the neighborhood getting candy. For adults, it means raiding the candy stash when the kids go to bed. Let’s all be honest here. However, when it comes to throwing a fun, fabulous Halloween

Sad-looking raisins? To plump them up to perfection, place them in a small baking dish with a little water, cover, and bake in a preheated 325 ° F oven for 6– 8 minutes. Or, pour boiling water over the raisins and let